We want to make sure that KnowledgeVision presentations may be viewed anytime, anywhere, regardless of the device. Viewers shouldn't have to install an app.
Lincoln, Massachusetts (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
KnowledgeVision Systems, the leader in interactive online presentation technology, has announced “app-less” support for the Apple iPhone as part of its “KnowledgeVision Anywhere” initiative. Starting next week, KnowledgeVision clients will be able to create online presentations -- synchronizing video and presentation slides -- that can be viewed on the Apple iPhone, as well as most other desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.
“Today’s viewers of multimedia learning and marketing content are increasingly interested in consuming that content on mobile devices,” said KnowledgeVision CEO Michael Kolowich. “We want to make sure that KnowledgeVision presentations may be viewed anytime, anywhere, regardless of the device. And viewers shouldn’t have to install an app or any other special software to watch it.”
A new version of KnowledgeVision’s KVStudio online presentation software creates a web-based video player that adapts automatically to the type of device that’s viewing it. For example, viewers with a Flash-equipped computer will see an interactive experience that takes full advantage of the desktop display size and scope, while viewers on mobile devices such as the Apple iPad and iPhone will see versions that are specifically tailored to the screen dimensions, resolution, and interactive capabilities available on each of those devices.
For a demonstration of KnowledgeVision, point your iPhone, iPad, or desktop browser to this online presentation demonstration.
“It’s challenging to design multimedia content that adapts to the multitude of devices and platforms in the market today,” said Kolowich. “But content creators expect technology leaders like KnowledgeVision to solve those challenges so they can concentrate on creating compelling information experiences. That’s the essence of our KnowledgeVision Anywhere initiative.”